“Sleepy Hollow”: The Bump in the Ratings Don’t Lie

I don’t think there will be too much to this post, since Kurtzman/Orci VP of Television Development Aaron Baiers  says everything that needs to be said about Sleepy Hollow‘s ratings boost after “Kali Yuga”:

Sleepy Hollow’s ratings went up this week! I think we all know why. This was the week in which the writing boo-boos were fixed (the first week the writing team could do it since most of S2 had already been filmed) and the fixes couldn’t have come at a better time (aka the last minute). Saying goodbye to Hawley was great, seeing much less of Katrina, and more of Frank, and seeing Ichabod and Abbie get back to square one helped bump the ratings up, not to mention the karaoke moments with our two favorite Witnesses.

I can imagine how much more the ratings will go up after the VOD ratings are counted.  All of this is being said to bring home the point that if you’ve stopped watching Sleepy Hollow, get back to watching it.  The show needs to come back for a third season, and I’m fairly confident that it actually will come back. But it’d be even more comforting if we spread the word and get everyone who has quit watching to come back to it.

You can read my recap of Kali Yuga here. What did you think of the episode? Give your opinions in the comments section below!

Photo credit: Brownie Harris/FOX

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3 thoughts on ““Sleepy Hollow”: The Bump in the Ratings Don’t Lie”

  1. I’ve been watching Sleepy Hollow since it started & I agree it definitely got better. The only thing I’m curious of is people that don’t watch the show on TV (since I don’t have one) & watch by streaming online, is that counted as viewing??? Bc I’m a loyal viewer but stream through this website http://www.watchseries.it
    Anyone that can let me know whether streaming shows online is counted as viewing would be greatly appreciated!

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